Alright, more questions.
After yesterday's "Is it a no-risk decision to book a NW flight with a CO flight number" question, fares have changed.
Someone asked why not just take CO all the way, to which I responded "It's 400 dollars more expensive."
But today, CO CLT-EWR-SEA-ANC is down to cheapest.
Here are the questions.
It's a flight for June 6. The EWR-SEA leg is sched for a 757-200. But I notice that right now it's a 73G.
Is this an effect of CO's dummy schedule? Do you guys suspect it will be a 73G or a 757?
Also, someone recently mentioned that some of CO's 752s have monitors in the aisles, as opposed to the flip down LCDs over the seats. Is this true? If so, bummer- aisle mounted boob tubes are so 1980s.
Also, the meal is listed as 'dinner,' which sounds much more appealing than 'snack'. I've never been on a CO flight that was anywhere above 'snack'.
What's the difference between 'snack' and 'dinner'?
Okay, that should do it for now.